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Tabanidae for ID Belgium 2018-06-04 > H. bimaculata
Tetrao
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Posted on 29-11-2018 12:39
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For ID ... Pictured in Belgium at Ben-Ahin's reserve near Huy on 2018-06-04
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Edited by Tetrao on 30-11-2018 14:18
 
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Looks like a straightforward female H. bimaculata.

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Thank you, Théo !!!
 
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